The end of the year brought strong growth in the tablet arena; 2011 should bring significant diversification in the variety of vendors bringing these mobile devices to market.
ViryaNet G4 Smart Meter is a prepackaged meter services mobile workforce management solution.
American Industrial Systems' 10.4-inch rugged tablet is aimed at applications in field service, mobile salesforce automation, and mobile CRM.
In 2010, Apple shipped nearly 14.8 million iPads over the trailing nine months of the year. Will the iPad 2 keep this momentum going?
X1 Technologies, Inc.'s X1 Mobile Search for iPhone allows a user's iPhone, iPad, or iPod to act as an extension of his desktop computer by providing instant and secure search of desktop-bound e-mail, attachments, documents, and files.
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Without a doubt, 2011 is the year of the tablet. With the launch of Apple's iPad last spring and the 80+ tablets introduced at CES, tablets are the hottest new technology around. But are they really all that new?
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Cortado Corporate Server for iPad simplifies access to files in the corporate network based on user rights and integrates those resources into the iPad to enable nearly all classic desktop functions for the enterprise user.
The CL900 from Motion Computingis a robust tablet with a flexible feature set that enables access to and utilization of data while mobile.